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CEME Senior Fellow Arthur Sculley Discusses Turkey’s Anatolian Tigers at FT Turkey Summit

Arthur Sculley from The Fletcher School speaks at the Financial Times' Turkey Summit.

Arthur Sculley, Senior Fellow at the Institute for Business in the Global Context’s Council for Emerging Markets Enterprises, addressed a wide audience of bankers, academics, government officials, diplomats and business people about his research on Turkey’s Anatolian Tigers last week at the 2014 Financial Times Turkey Summit.

Conservative, religious and closely aligned with the Turkish Government, Anatolian Tigers have led market expansion into the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and East Asia over the past decade and have created five million new jobs within the past six years.

Building off of the related topic from the Fletcher Turkey’s Turn? Conference held on April 10 and 11, Sculley highlighted the very important role that these dynamic Turkish entrepreneurs have played in expanding Turkey’s global footprint in international business.

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